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DIY Kids Dollar store Crayon name tag coaster

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This is a fun craft to do with the kiddos! It will also keep them from getting their cups mixed up… or lost! =P

* Please note this craft is more for older kids and a parent should be present the entire time. Do not let your kids chop the crayons,

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Oven mitt Santa

 

 

This oven mitt Santa is a really old post that I decided to give a little face-lift to. If you have followed me for any amount of time, you know that I love to make all kinds of different craft. As long as they are simple,

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Snowflake Luminaries made from empty Toilet Paper Rolls

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These little luminaries are easy to make and they look beautiful, no one will believe they were once toilet paper rolls! Here is a step by step guide of how I made them. =)

What you will need:

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* Empty toilet paper rolls

* Light blue and white paint ( I got mine at walmart in the craft section for .50 cents )

* White glitter ( I think white looks the best)

* Snow Flake punch ( I purchased mine from Michael’s)

* 2 Foam brushes

* Old news papers to work on

* Mini Tea Lights ,

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DIY Faux Snowballs

 

 

When I was a kid my mom used to make these DIY faux snowballs all the time. She is pretty crafty, so that’s where I get it, lol! I love this faux snowball project because there’s so many different ways you can decorate with them!

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How to turn flour & sugar bags into gift bags! =)

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The other day my mom went shopping and came home with the coolest thing ever!, a gift bag made from an empty flour bag. With the holidays just around the corner I know I am going to have plenty of flour and sugar bags the I normally just through away… not anymore!

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Rustic Easter Egg!

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Primitive Easter eggs!
Remember these?? I bought mine at the dollar tree. Do you know what they are used for? ha. I don’t but I know what I did with them.Let me show you how to turn them into a beautiful rustic Easter Egg.

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